National General Certificate
A general course for Managers and Supervisors who deal with Health & Safety issues in their day to day work.
NEBOSH National Certificate (in Partnership with TUV UK, centre No 670)
Introduction to the course and course venue and an outline of
the general syllabus and examination requirements.
NC1 EL 1 – Management Systems: Why we should manage workplace safety
NC1 EL 2 – How health & safety management systems work & what do they look like
NC1 EL 3 – Managing risk. Understanding people
NC1 EL 4 – Health & Safety measuring and monitoring
NC1 EL 5 – Check & Act: Accident investigations, Inspections Audit and Review
NC2 EL 1 – Workplace hazards and risk
NC2 EL 2 – Transport hazards and risk control
NC2 EL 3 – Muscoloskeletal hazards and risk control
NC2 EL 4 – Work equipment hazards and risk control
NC2 EL 5 – Electrical safety
NC2 EL 6 – Fire safety
NC2 EL 7 – Chemical and biological health hazards and control
NC2 EL 8 – Physical and psychological health hazards and control
Unique to Train to Safety
We treat the level 3 NEBOSH General Certificate as special. Our NEBOSH auditor stated in our recent audit that we "go above and beyond what is required". We do our utmost to ensure that you are supported throughout the course so that you gain the genuine satisfaction from the course and obtain this vital qualification. Our last course had a 100% pass rate from everyone who attended the training sessions. This course is renowned for opening up doors both for companies who are trying to raise their profile and for individuals who are upskilling.
Who Should Attend?
Managers and Supervisors who deal with health and safety in their day to day work. Any person with given responsibility to manage health and safety in a small to medium size company. Any person needing to progress to a deeper level of understanding at Diploma level.
Assessment is made by two final exams and one practical risk assessment based exam set at the delegates workplace
Duration : 12 days plus 1 day for exam in Chesterfield, Derbyshire